Cayman T-shirt clothing line, Say Wha Designs, has teamed up with local youth talk show Youth Flex to produce two new designs for the programmes and its fashion-conscious listeners.
Printed on a choice of white and light blue backgrounds, the T-shirts advertise the radio show’s logo while featuring a choice of two different expressions in the local dialect on the back.
The Caymanised wording ‘unny hurd of youth flex?’ and ‘for deh fortyleventeenth time, lisen’ to youth flex’, were chosen out of a long list, said a press release from the company.
Youth services co-ordinator of the Department of Youth & Sports, James Myles, said when the Youth Flex crew wear the T-shirts, they help preserve Cayman’s culture in a modern, street-saavy way.
The T-shirts first hit the streets in the Brac when the Youth Flex crew aired the first-annual Youth Radio Camp there recently. The event, organized by the Department of Youth & Sports in conjunction with Cayman Airways, attracted additional sponsorship from MLA Moses Kirkconnell, CB Rent-A-Car, Biggies Restaurant, the National Drug Council and the National Youth Commission.
Youth Flex airs Wednesdays at 4pm on Radio Cayman (89.9 FM).
Say Wha T-shirts are available at Standards by Atlantic, located next to Cayman Drug in George Town. Email: [email protected].